The post-World War II bipartisan foreign policy consensus is a thing of the past. Our political parties are divided today even on national security issues, perhaps, even, especially national security issues. With such a menacing global threat picture, can America afford to speak with two voices? If not, what can be done to find core common ground?
Congressman Michael T. McCaul, Chairman, House Committee on Homeland Security
Jane Harman, Director, President and CEO, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Josh Gerstein, Senior White House Reporter, POLITICO